Le dimanche, 21 février 2021, 18.30:52 h CET Didier 'OdyX' Raboud a écrit : > Le vendredi, 19 février 2021, 21.44:58 h CET Till Kamppeter a écrit : > > Hi, > > > > HPLIP 3.21.2 is available now. I appreciate a lot if it could be > > packaged so that it can get synced into Ubuntu. > > Despite the current Bullseye freeze, I uploaded hplip 3.21.2+dfsg0-1 to > unstable some minutes ago. You can sync from it to Ubuntu. > > I'm not yet sure it will make it to Bullseye (= "I shouldn't have uploaded > it to unstable, but to experimental"), but it's too late to change the fact > the upload happened. OK. So I have now uploaded 3.21.2+dfsg1-1 to remove (again !) the binary source-less files shipped in the tarball by upstream: https://bugs.launchpad.net/hplip/+bug/1916397 It seems that the quality we get from HPLIP upstream is not improving, sadly. I'm pondering whether we should not remove it entirely from Debian/Ubuntu, and rely (and educate our users) on Driverless only. I've also filed #983263 to block a automatic transition of 3.21.2. Opinions? Cheers, OdyX
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